The cost of a energy infrastructure constraint by capacity and poor governance is estimated to cost African countries around 2% to 4% of GDP.
What is required is scaled up local resources, implementation of renewable energy solutions and improved governance of access to reliable energy sources.
Water security in Africa is compromised not only by a highly variable climate, but by the slow progress towards sustainable infrastructure development.
While South Africa’s water resources are limited, they support a dynamic and growing economy and society.
With an internet penetration of around 6% compared to over 40% for the rest of the developing world, the continent of Africa has a growing demand for increased global connectivity of its markets and its people.
A demand expected to swell by a factor of 20 before the year 2020. A demand that will see broadband penetration increase by 10% in the next 72 months.
A sound and solid transport system that is effective and efficient, is vital for the economic growth, global competitiveness, and social development in South Africa.
ISF provides a comprehensive range of transportation engineering and construction services to clients responsible for provision, preservation and effective operation of: Transport infrastructure such as airports, roads, bridges, viaducts and railway lines, and Transportation facilities such as bus, taxi and airport terminals, train stations, toll plazas, traffic control centres, weighing and counting stations and parking and loading facilities
Although the building industry in South Africa is strained, global mega-trends, rapid urbanisation and demographic changes will lead to substantial growth and demand in the continent’s building industry over the next 5 years.
Real estate and infrastructure universes will increase dramatically leading to huge expansion opportunities, a wider range of risk and return on investment, and greater private and public partnering and participation.
ISF provides consulting services specialising in delivering tailored solutions in complex, mission -critical turnkey environments.
ISF Project Management Services Include
The ISF Group has recently completed a number of major projects for clients, including:
The ISF Group is proud of its role in the successful implementation of specialised technical projects which contribute to bringing sustainable growth to industry. Its wide network of specialist partners enables it to provide the following:
ISF was established in 2007, and is today a highly diversified and integrated engineering, construction and project management company providing specialist services in the energy, water, ICT, transport, building sectors.
ISF is a major player in providing turnkey solutions for infrastructure development projects in South Africa, SADC countries, and the continent of Africa.
ISF has a level 2 BBBEE certification and verified by SANSAS.
ISF provides specialist multi-disciplinary engineering, construction and management services through a single point of contact.
ISF’s unique tailored construction tracking and quality assurance system ensures:
Originally constituted as ISF Services in 2007, the ISF Group today is a highly diversified, integrated Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Management (EPC/M) Company, supplying specialised services in the Energy, Water, ICT, Transportation and Construction sectors.
The group has a level 1 BBBEE certified score verified by a SANAS verification agency.
ISF is a major player in the fields of programme and construction project management and turnkey solutions for development projects in South Africa and surrounding SADC countries.